Controllers EXAIR Corp's. Dual High Temperature Cabinet Coolers EXAIR's new Dual High Temperature Cabinet Cooler Systems purge and cool overheated electrical control panels in harsh environments up to 200F (93C). Cabinet Coolers keep electrical enclosures cool with air as cool as 20F (-7C) air to eliminate high temperature malfunctions and protect sensitive electronics from hot, dirty locations, such as foundries, glass plants, or steel mills. The high cooling capacity up to 5,600 BTU/hour is ideal for large electrical enclosures and high heat loads. Models with lower cooling capacities for NEMA 12, 4, and 4X enclosures are also available.
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Mr Haim Shani of Unitronics had trademarks in the year 1999 for only web PLC and OPLC WITHOUT GSM MOBILE PHONE
THAT MEANS AT THAT TIME OF YEAR 1999 HE HAD NO IDEA ABOUT THE INVENTION OF SECURITY SYSTEM WITH PLC programmable logic controller and GSM MOBILE PHONE
Trademarks > Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS)
WEBPLC web programmable logic controller
Goods and Services
(ABANDONED) IC 009. US 021 023 026 036 038. G & S: ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER DEVICES EMBEDDED WITH TCP/IP CAPABILITIES
Mark Drawing Code
(5) WORDS, LETTERS, AND/OR NUMBERS IN STYLIZED FORM
April 21, 1999
Original Filing Basis
(APPLICANT) Unitronics (1989) (R"G) Ltd CORPORATION ISRAELUnitronics House North Industrial Zone Lod 71106 ISRAEL
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